Get Your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card With GreenPot MD

Nevada Medical marijuana card from GreenPot MD
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Interested in obtaining a Nevada medical marijuana card for treating your chronic illness? You’ve come to the right place! GreenPot MD has helped thousands of patients and is dedicated to providing excellent Nevada medical cannabis card service. From beginning to end, your experience will be simple and hassle-free. The physician and customer supports are always here 24*7 to help you.

Health Qualifying Conditions

Not every medical condition allows you to access a medical cannabis card in Nevada. The state listed only a few ailments. To check whether your medical condition is on the list or not.

How To Get A Nevada Medical Marijuana Card?

1. Schedule an Appointment Online

Book an appointment with a Nevada medical marijuana doctors through GreenPot MD at the most convenient time.
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2. Discuss Your Medical Conditions With Our Doctor

During your appointment, a GreenPot MD doctor will contact you and ask about your medical condition. Be sure to share all of your current medications and supplements so they can make a thorough assessment of any possible interactions. You can also ask queries you have about medicinal marijuana in Nevada. Understanding how marijuana may interact with your medical conditions is essential, and GreenPot MD loves to educate patients about marijuana.
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3. Get your Nevada Medical Marijuana Card

If approved, you’ll receive your recommendation letter the same day. Now you have to register with the state and submit an application, don’t worry. Our doctor and customer support team will help you to do this. The state will process your application, notify you of your approval, and mail your card. You can print it out and use it until your permanent card arrives in the mail.

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Benefits of Medical Marijuana Card in Nevada

Higher Possession Limits

Nevada mmj cardholders can possess up to 2.5 ounces or 71 grams of marijuana, whereas recreational users can only possess one ounce or 28 grams of marijuana.

Greater Selection

A mmj card allows you to purchase both medicinal and adult-use cannabis. Cardholders can access a wide range of marijuana products or high-strength marijuana to alleviate the acute symptoms of mental ailment.

Better Prices

As a medical marijuana patient, you won’t be subject to the same excise or sales taxes applied to recreational users. You may be able to save 10% or more on every purchase.

Fewer Restrictions

Recreational cannabis is typically limited to adults over 21 years of age and comes with strict possession limits. As a Nevada medical mmj card cardholder, you face fewer restrictions and have more freedom to access your medication in more significant quantities.

Grow Your Own Marijuana

Medical cannabis cardholders may cultivate their marijuana if they are too ill or can not travel to a dispensary. In contrast, recreational users may not grow marijuana unless they live more than 25 miles from the closest dispensary.

More Protection

Employers, landlords, or airlines discriminate against recreational cannabis users. A mmj card provides legal documentation demonstrating that you use marijuana for medical purposes. So marijuana cards can protect you against discriminatory or legal penalties in Nevada.

Why GreenPot MD Practitioner?

Still, thinking, why choose GreenPot MD’s doctors and practitioners? The following points might help you:

Certified MMJ doctors

We connect patients with doctors registered in their states. These doctors are professional, caring and, friendly, concerned about patients’ needs.
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Our top priority is your security and privacy. All patient records and transactions are 100% confidential and stored securely in our HIPAA-compliant platform.

24-hour Assistance

We want to be here when you need us, so the GreenPot MD team is available 24/7 to assist you. You can contact us even at midnight from anywhere via chats, calls, or emails. Always feel free to ask any queries.
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What Documents Do I Need for a Nevada medical marijuana application?

Apart from the recommendation letter from the licensed healthcare professional, you will need other documents such as

  • IDs
  • Nevada issued identification card
  • Driver’s License
  • Proof of residencies such as utility bill, any correspondence with a state department, mortgage, or rental agreement
  • Signed Waiver and Acknowledgement Form

Nevada Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions

In Nevada state patients suffering from these ailments may qualify for a Nevada medical cannabis card:

  • AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome)
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Autoimmune disease
  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Cancer
  • Dependence upon or addiction to opioids
  • Glaucoma
  • Seizures
  • Nausea
  • Cachexia
  • Severe or chronic pain
  • Muscle spasms, including, without limitation, cramps caused by multiple sclerosis

Possession And Cultivation Limits in Nevada

In Nevada, the possession and cultivation limits of marijuana vary for medical users and recreational users. Adults 21 years and older can legally possess up to 1 ounce or 28 grams of cannabis edibles, flowers, topicals, and 3.5 grams of marijuana concentrate. Moreover, they can grow up to six plants per person and up to 12 plants per household, but only if they are 25 miles away from the state-licensed dispensary. Medicinal marijuana patients can possess up to 2.5 ounces or 71 grams of edibles, flowers, concentrates, or topicals per 14 days. Moreover, they may grow up to 12 plants for medicinal purposes.

Laws For Caregivers in Nevada

Like a Nevada medical marijuana registry, caregivers must prove they are residents of Nevada. They can prove it by showing a driver’s license or identification card, and a caregiver must be 21 years of age or older. Caregivers may purchase up to 2.5 ounces every two weeks on behalf of their patient, surpassing the one-ounce recreational limit every two weeks. Additionally, as a Nevada caregiver, one may be exempt from the state rule that bars cultivation within 25 miles of an operational dispensary. They must also be the primary person responsible for the person diagnosed with a chronic medical condition. Caregivers can pick up their patients’ medicinal marijuana at a designated dispensary and can possess and transport patients’ marijuana after purchase.
Data Last Updated 12/19/2022

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can be my caregiver?

Your caregiver can be anybody over 18. However, the designated caregiver cannot also be a medical weed user. Moreover, the designated primary caregiver may not serve other medicinal weed patients.

Why would my medical cannabis card application be denied?

Some common reasons behind the rejection of Nevada’s MMJ cards are the following:

  • Providing incomplete or false information on your application
  • Not providing authentic proof of your medical condition.
  • Not providing evidence that you have consulted with your physician about using medicinal marijuana.
  • If your physician is not licensed or not in good standing

May I reapply if my cannabis card application is denied?

Yes, six months after the date you were denied. But you may reapply immediately if your application was rejected solely because it was incomplete. If your membership is revoked, you may not reapply for another twelve months.

May I smoke marijuana in public?

No. Smoking marijuana in public places is offensive. It does not matter whether the cannabis is medicinal or for recreational use. People are allowed to smoke marijuana only in private residences. The fine for smoking marijuana in public is $600.

What if I lose my marijuana card?

Email an image of your state-issued ID card, such as a driver’s license to along with an explanation and request for a new marijuana card. You can also request by mail:

Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health: Medical Marijuana Division4150 Technology Way, Suite 101 Carson City, NV 89706

Or by Fax at 775-684-3213

Can one caregiver serve more than one medicinal marijuana patient in Nevada?

No. According to Nevada rules, a caregiver may not assist more than one patient at a time.

Do I have to tell my landlord I have a marijuana card?

No law states that you must inform your landlord that you have a medicinal marijuana card. But it’s good to inform because it will increase the understanding between a renter and a landlord.

May I share my medicinal marijuana with other cardholders in Nevada?

Yes, you can share your medical marijuana with the other medical marijuana cardholder, as long as no money or payment is exchanged.

Where can I buy medicinal marijuana?

State offers weed dispensaries across the state where a medical marijuana cardholder can purchase their cannabis. Cardholders choose one designated dispensary to use.

Do I Have To Be A Resident Of Nevada To Attain A Medical Cannabis License?

Yes. To get a medical marijuana card in Nevada, an applicant must provide Nevada residence. You can prove them through a state driver’s license or identification card.

What Does Greenpot MD Offer?

Team Greenpot MD understands the hurdle individuals face during applying for a marijuana card. Some offer complex processes, and some patients are not much open about their mental illness to talk about it face to face. Both issues create hurdles on the way to getting marijuana cards. But, this might not be the case with Greenpot MD. We tried to make our process as simple as possible so that you can be certified by a licensed healthcare professional. You will get:

▷24*7 Services

We provide 24-hour service to our patients. You can contact us anytime and anywhere. Whether you have doubts at midnight or early morning, we are always here to help you. GreenPot MD offers 24*7 customer support. Love to talk? Call us at (888) 281-8758. Love to write? Write to us at or love to chat. Chat with us through the website.

▷ Secure and Private Services
Everything you shared at GreenPot MD is confidential under HIPAA compliance, and we provide secure services to every patient. Always feel free to share your personal information and health condition with us.
▷ Instant Approvals
We do not want you to wait for your approval, and once you get approved, we will send your MMJ card via email ASAP.
▷ Simple Process with No Hassle

Obtaining mmj card through GreenPot MD is very simple and easy. You do not need to visit a physician when you can visit them in the comfort of your home.

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GreenPot MD is not behind in the money. So we offer a 100% money-back guarantee if the state rejects our recommendation letter due to legitimate issues.
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